SLWA News

HEO + 3 – Heo – the private view and history of the event
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We are really pleased that the Weekender has given us some fantastic coverage on HEO.
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Debating current political and social issues - how can art evoke change? Politics, war and activisim. Join the circle, take a seat and enjoy the evening with a welcome drink. Wednesday 29 January 2020 7 - 8.30 pm RSVP office@acflondon.org...
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SLWA at Nothing Less! curated by Aline Lara Rezende & Julia Hartmann
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Nothing Less! 100 Years of Women’s Suffrage is an exhibition that questions what constitutes women’s rights today.
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HEO+3 Ex Voto Violence and Healing
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Ex Voto Violence and Healing, curated by Claire Dorey, Selena Steele, Maria Beddoes and Jackie Crawford was the second exhibition in the HEO trilogy of exhibitions, following on from Silence Is Over.
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HEO + 3 posters
HEO+3 Music for Silence
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Written by Claire Dorey From left: Acoustic guitarist Max Warner performs with Jazz singer Talibah Rivers. Next picture: DJ Ben Smith (just seen) with curators Selena Steele and Valerie Lambert, setting up the exhibition. Portico Play List Because Silence Is...
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Winter Salon in partnership with THE DULWICH ESTATE
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A pop up window display of painting, drawing, collage, photography and fine art prints by a selection of member artists.
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moira Jarvis Tree Paintings
Moira Jarvis 1949-2018
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Moira Jarvis was a committee member of South London Women Artists and also edited our ArtVerve online publication.
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SLWA artist receives Life Long Learning Award
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Congratulations to SLWArtist Karen J. Smith who has recently won, a very well deserved, Life Long Learning Award from Morley College.
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pillow talk
Pillow Talk – conversations with women
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Pillow Talk  - conversations with women is a collaboration between South London Women Artists and the Women’s Art Library, Goldsmiths, University of London. Documenting the journey the project has taken between 2016- 2018, Pillow Talk contains texts and conversations outlining...
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Dulwich Artists Open House
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South London Women Artist Janet Tod was exhibiting as part of the Dulwich Festival Artists Open House.
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